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I'm pleased to announce that I've just released the first version of
Launch Control, implementation of the Validation Dashboard blueprint.
You can download this release at:
* Support for documents using "Dashboard Bundle Format 1.0" JSON schema
* Anonymous upload interface
* XML-RPC API
* Command line tool for pushing and pulling data
* Simple website for browsing through test results
For requirements and deployment instructions see the README and INSTALL
files inside the package. This release is supported on Lucid and Maverick.
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The Linaro Toolchain Working Group is pleased to announce the release
of both Linaro GCC 4.4 and Linaro GCC 4.5.
Linaro GCC 4.4 is the third release in the 4.4 series. Based off the
latest GCC 4.4.4, it pulls in the pre-4.4.5 changes made by the FSF
over the last six months.
Linaro GCC 4.5 is the second release in the 4.5 series. Based off the
latest GCC 4.5.1, it finishes the merge of many ARM-focused
performance improvements and bug fixes.
Interesting changes include:
* Improved performance on the Cortex-A9
* Backports of a range of performance improvements from mainline
* New inline versions of the GCC builtin sync primitives
Downloads are available from the Linaro GCC page on Launchpad:
Also available is an early release of optimised string routines for
the Cortex-A series, including a mix of NEON and Thumb-2 versions of
memcpy(), memset(), strcpy(), strcmp(), and strlen(). For more
Pre-build packages are available in the Linaro Toolchain PPA at:
Another month, another release. Today sees the launch of the Linaro
Beta image which will in-turn become the final release in November.
The team have been working super-hard to ensure bugs are at a
minimum whist bring in new exciting functionality.
Highlights of this release include:
* Support for the ARM Versatile Express platform which supplements
the existing OMAP image.
* Support is now available for OMAP Beagle Board C3/C4, OMAP
Beagle Board XM, ARM Versatile Express, and with some
modifications OMAP Panda Board, IGEPv2, Freescale iMX51.
* Three new experimental seeds are available which enable the
headless image to be supplemented by a particular install
o linaro-netbook-efl - Netbook user interface using the EFL based
o linaro-alip - A reduced size installation, see
http://linux.onarm.com/index.php/Main_Page for more details on
o linaro-handset-plasma - A KDE/Plasma based user interface.
* 35 upgraded packages since alpha-3.
* Includes the 2.6.35 final kernel.
* Tested using the new QA Tracking infrastructure located at
More information on this development release as well as download and
installation instructions can be found at:
More information on Linaro in general and the 10.11 plans can be found
* Homepage: http://www.linaro.org
* Wiki: http://wiki.linaro.org
* 10.11: http://wiki.linaro.org/Releases/1011
Also subscribe to the important Linaro mailing lists and join our IRC
channels to stay on top of Linaro developments:
* Announcements: http://lists.linaro.org/mailman/listinfo/linaro-announce
* Development: http://lists.linaro.org/mailman/listinfo/linaro-dev
* IRC: #linaro on irc.freenode.net
For any errata issues please see:
Bug reports for this release should be filed in Launchpad against the
individual packages that are affected, if a suitable package cannot be
identified, feel free to assign them to:
Linaro Release Manager